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Scaling up access to glasses

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 21/01/22

The inception meeting for an innovative project to increase both the demand for eyeglasses, and the access to screening and provision, and accelerate the availability of affordable and quality products in Cambodia was held this week in Phnom Penh.

How to host a successful BBQ fundraiser

By Renee Moussa | Posted 17/01/22

BBQ fundraisers are relatively simple and can be held all year round. It is a great way to connect to your community while raising money and awareness about an important cause, social justice movement or your favourite charity.

5 reasons why you should do a charity challenge

By Latika Mani | Posted 20/12/21

If you want to make a difference in the world by supporting a worthy cause or an impactful not-for-profit organisation, taking part in a charity challenge is a great way to get involved. As an added bonus, it can benefit you in lots of different ways.

5 reasons why donations are the best gift idea

By Latika Mani | Posted 17/12/21

Do you have a special occasion coming up? Looking for a Christmas gift idea? Here are a few reasons why you should ask your family and friends to donate to a charity on your behalf.

What is impact philanthropy?

By Angela Topping | Posted 29/11/21

Impact philanthropy is considered charitable giving that creates lasting change in society. The purpose of philanthropy is to create social change and a fairer world, where everyone has equal opportunities and access to resources.

Meet Shinee Hammond

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 26/11/21

Shinee, 25, is a proud Ngemba woman who was born and raised in Brewarrina, a small town 90km north of Bourke with a population of just over 1,000 people. Shinee is completing a traineeship aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples at The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Restoring sight during a pandemic: toddler Tiek's story

By Aildrene Tan | Posted 12/11/21

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused chaos around the world. The sight-restoring work of The Foundation was impacted, with some resources diverted to support COVID frontline workers. Despite these disruptions, we continued providing sight-saving surgery in countries like Lao PDR.

Vale Jilpia Jones AM: Trailblazing Aboriginal nurse

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 02/11/21

The Fred Hollows Foundation pays tribute to life member and trailblazing Aboriginal nurse, Jilpia Nappaljari Jones AM.

Kenya and Uganda hold historic cross-border Trachoma Mass Drug Administration launch

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 02/11/21

Kenya and Uganda have conducted the first ever cross-border mass drug administration (MDA) to eliminate the blinding eye condition trachoma. The MDA supports the World Health Organization recommended best practice that ensures full coverage of pastoral communities residing across country borders.

Why immediate action on climate matters to eye health for all, but especially women and girls

By Louisa Syrett & Brooke Blanchard | Posted 02/11/21

The economic, social, and cultural norms that make women and girls in low- and middle-income countries more susceptible to poverty, are the same factors that put them at greater risk of vision impairment and climate change related events.

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